This fully illustrated exhibition catalogue was published in 1988, alongside an exhibition of the same name. Rowland Emett established himself as the creator of elegant and whimsical cartoons during the 1930s, while working as an industrial draughtsman. In 1951, he reached a wider public with his designs for The Far Tottering and Oyster Creek Railway, which was sited at Battersea Park during the Festival of Britain. This beautifully designed catalogue charts his artistic evolution and success.
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